Nice. But, the Merlin numbers on the F1s are a little confusing.
I like it, but where did you get the core number and mission relationships for 1004-1009? They're labelled as "10**" on the /r/SpaceX wiki. I'm also wondering about F9R Dev2, which should be labelled as 1009 according to your list.
I was slightly bored so I got inspired by spacexstats and made this:https://spacex.niwax.deIt's a list of all Falcon cores with their missions as listed in the r/spacex API. It shows flown missions, types of landing and the Core Toastiness Indicator (patent pending).
But overall, still more pleasant to read than the reddit list or the one here on NSF.
Hi niwax! I improved a bit the page (placed, positioned the booster mission tags according to the launch date). Can I commit on GitHub, or should I send it in a diff file in email? Nice page, BTW.
Starlink and AMOS-17 may use two of those 3 long refurbishment period older boosters but why is RCM having to wait for 1051 to be refurbished rather than one of those older 3?
B1050 failed.... This was problematic, as the second flight of that booster was slated to be the Radarsat mission.Consequently, the mission was delayed until another first stage became available. It is now understood that B1051 has been assigned to fly Radarsat, although this is subject to change.
I finally go around to updating the site. jee_c2 on the forum gave some great input and added some nice visual add-ons. There has also been an upgrade to the backend since v3 of the r/spacex API is being deprecated which has led to some stale data in the visualization.There has also been the slight issue that SpaceXs fantastic success with high reuse boosters means we'll run out of space soon. At least I made sure the lines will wrap correctly. It's a nice problem to have